Returning to St. John’s College for the eighth consecutive year, the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet will perform music by Beethoven, Augusta Read Thomas, and Schumann.
From her first experience in a St. John's College classroom in her home town of Tbilisi, Georgia, Elizabeth Akhvlediani (A17) has made an impact in class and beyond.
Elisabeth McClure (A08) is a fellow at the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and a Johnnie making a difference.
From a back campus bonfire to an international potluck dinner at the president's house, the international community at St. John's College is vibrant and active.
The 1933 Rat-Tat Yearbook for St. John's College contains some classic views of its Annapolis campus.
The Annapolis Career Services Office is in the midst of a busy fall helping students network and prepare for their careers after St. John’s College.
Marin Skokandic (A12) is a production manager, a Georgetown grad student, and a St. John’s College alumnus making a difference.
St. John’s College tutor Dan Harrell will give a lecture titled “What is a question?” at St. John’s College. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Great Hall in McDowell Hall on Friday, October 16 at 8 p.m.
Undergraduates on the Annapolis campus have a "long weekend" break that starts at the end of seminar October 8 and runs through October 12. Here is a sample of what students plan to do during their time off.
Matthew Dean is a student at the St. John’s College Graduate Institute in Annapolis.